Henry Ford, US automobile manufacturer (1863-1947)
Many IT and software projects still fail to hit their target – the implications and cost to a business can be huge. Whilst much attention is lavished on the technical aspects, the management of a project is often in the hands of people who are technically competent but inexperienced in project management.
This three day intensive project management training workshop provides practical and proven techniques guaranteed to keep the project on the rails. It is the result of many years experience of project work and includes numerous examples, helpful tips and practical learning.
The workshop is based on Australian Institute of Project Management and PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) recommendations.
- define and plan a project
- produce an estimate of required resources
- schedule resources
- monitor progress
- report on appropriate issues
- manage external communications
- manage change control
- establish and manage software quality control
- assess and manage project risk
Australian Tax Office
“Strong presentation and course, with substantial positive results” ANZ Banking Group
“Very well presented—techniques learnt will provide many benefits both individually & to the organisation” National Australia Bank
“The focus on techniques means that the lessons learnt are practical and will be easier to apply in the workplace” Westpac Bank
“Every person in our organisation should benefit from this course” Integrity Treasury Solutions
“Informative, well presented & fun course. Good balance between theory & hands-on workshop” Pacific Brands
“A well presented, common sense approach to project management. Motivating” MLC
“The course provides a broad coverage of project management techniques with plenty of real-life examples” Plum Financial Services
- Workshop introduction
- What is a project?
- Project life cycles
- Why project management?
- Initiating a project
- Project environment
- Introduction to work breakdown and networks
- Analysing the network
- Preparing the schedule
- Resource planning
- Risk management
- Cost-benefit analysis
- Project reporting and control
- Responding to change
- Quality control
- Project handover
- Project completion
- Action planning
- Post-workshop work